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The Cougar is also known as the Puma, Panther or Mountain Lion.
The fur varies in color from slate grey, through yellow buff to light reddish brown.
The male cougar can often patrol areas in excess of 100 square miles.
Cougars mark their territory by scratching the surrounding trees.
The cougar hunts alone.


The cougar can be found in varying habitats from the mountain forest, up to around 16,000 feet to lowland swamp and grasslands. In mountainous regions, were the cat follows its migrating prey as summer gives way to winter, the male cougar can often patrol areas in excess of 100 square miles, although these will overlap the territories of several females who maintain smaller ranges. It is common for the cougar to mark the boundaries of its territory with tree scrapes and sprays of urine which serve as markers and warnings to other cougar.

The cougar hunts alone, by day or night and will cache its food, if large enough, in dense undergrowth, returning to it over several days. Comparable in size to the Leopard, the cougar is big enough to tackle larger prey such as domestic cattle and horses, for which it has earnt a bad reputation with livestock farmers, as well as wild deer, sheep, rodents, rabbits, hare and beaver. In hunting the cougar uses the strength of its powerful hind legs to lunge at its prey with single running jumps that can reach in excess of 40 feet.

001-006.jpg courtesy: Us Fish and Wildlife Service

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